General Hospital spoilers for Friday, February 17th, reveal that Anna gets some news she didn’t see coming, while Liz finds support in an unexpected person.
With Her Permission, a Serious Procedure
While involved in her usual sparring with Valentin (James Patrick Stuart), Anna (Finola Hughes) fainted. On soaps, this is usually a symptom of…well, pretty much any health problem! Valentin rushed her to the hospital. There, upon gaining consciousness, she finds Griffin (Matt Cohen) and Finn by her side. She is stunned when Finn asks if he can do a bone marrow biopsy.
Meanwhile, the new Princess Cassadine, Nina (Michelle Stafford), wants to know what exactly Valentin was doing with, “that woman,” Anna.
Julian Makes a(nother) Dangerous Ally
Port Charles’ most fearsome mobster, Julian Jerome (Will deVry) is dealing someone who may take that title from him soon: his sister, Liv (Tonja Walker). You now how the say a cold gets worse before it gets better? Perhaps that saying is on Julian’s mind when he makes a deal with the devil, in the hopes of extricating himself from his many troubling entanglements. Julian also tells a wide-eyed Alexis (Nancy Lee Grahn) that he wants to explain something to her.
I’m Sorry, You Want What Now?
Liz is dealing with both Franco’s (Roger Howarth) constant drama and the nursing staff’s troubles at the equally troubled hospital. It’s no surprise then, that in her desperation, she looks to Sam (Kelly Monaco), once a foe, for support. After all, Franco has something to tell Sam that she’s not going to like. There’s more, Franco–really?
Wanna Come Over–For an Adult Sleep-Over?
As she twirls a rose from him in her hands, Ned (Wally Kurth) asks Olivia (Lisa LoCicero) if she wants to spend the night at the mansion. Given her trepidation about taking the relationship further, she looks at him slightly nervous and flustered.
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